James Kenneth Dixon


I am greatly saddened to announce the passing of Jim Dixon on Saturday July 30, 2022.  Peacefully at home, from COPD complications, with his wife Cindy of 35 years by his side.  HUSBAND-MUSICIAN-FRIEND.

Jim was born in Listowel, Ontario, settled in Embro / Woodstock area, and retired in Texas.  He worked most of his career in London for Traction truck parts, but his lifelong passion was music - performing, singing and playing guitar. He will be missed immensely.

A Celebration of Life will be held Sunday October 23, 2022, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm, at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 153, 16 Durham Street, Tillsonburg, Ontario 

A second  Celebration of Life will be held in Texas in the new year.

Wareing Cremation Services, 225 Norwich Ave., Woodstock have been entrusted with Final Arrangements.




Family Login


  • Cindy. We are so sad to hear of Jim’s passing. You are in our hearts and prayers.
    Take care. From all your Texas followers

    Jim Johnson and Margie Metereo
  • Dear Cindy
    We are so sad to hear of Jim’s passing. We so much enjoyed your music and the good times we had in Texas listening to you both. Jim will certainly be missed by everyone.
    We are thinking of you. Hugs .

    Dean and Jan Griffith
  • R.I.P. We had great times at your dances. You are greatly missed in the music world and as a friend.

    Linda and Don Rodgers
  • Hi Cindy … I am so sorry to hear that Jimmy has passed away !!!
    I last talked to him when we discussed the dune buggy he had purchased … I think he called it his old man’s toy LOL I will miss his chipper voice twice a year … Hello Mrs. Johnston

    Take care Cindy … keep those memories close to your heart and Jimmy will always be with you 💙

    Sandy Johnston
  • I love the music you guys made we will miss him RIP

    Leonard OReilly
  • Cindy: We were so sorry to hear of Jimmy’s passing. The two of you provided us, with many fond, and fun times, listening to all, the songs, that you sang for us, through the years. We have a lot of great memories from over the years, camping and attending your preformances at dances, around the coutryside! Thank You. Thinking of you.

    Nelson & Marg Eaton
  • We are saddened to learn of this. Our sincerest condolences Cindy. Jim was awesome and will be missed. Sending hugs.

    Melanie & Dave Gilchrist
  • R.I.P. Jim – “It could be that the good Lord likes a little pickin’ too”

  • My sincere sympathy to you Cindy on Jim’s passing. Joe loved your music and the both of you always took the time to take a few minutes to talk to him. Cherish all the time that you spent together and remember all the good times that you were fortunate to have together.Heaven has 2 special angels now -Joe and Jim

    Corinne Scott

Leave a comment